Once again our attention today was the Super 8's and another trip to Croke Park.
Speculation is mounting that Kieran McGeeney will remain on as Armagh football manager.
Here are our latest hurling rankings.
Ross McQuillan and Luke Towey look set to be the latest GAA recruit to the AFL, with reports in Australia suggesting that Essendon and Richmond are leading the race for the Armagh and Sligo prospects.
Dublin, Tyrone, Donegal and Kerry came out on top in the first phase of Super 8 games…
Kilkenny and Tipperary advanced to the last four of this year's Liam MacCarthy Cup competition…
Did you know that England's Cricket World Cup winning captain was a ball boy for Dublin's 1995 All-Ireland winners...
"Our fellas worked like dogs out there. That was probably where the game was won, in the first half."
Croke Park, Killarney and Ballybofey were the venues for today's games.
The Irish Masters (Over 40) squad to face their Australian counterparts in next Saturday's International Rules test in Denn, Co. Cavan has been named.
A pointed free from Aishling Maguire deep into stoppage time earned Cavan a dramatic one point win over Armagh in a thrilling TG4 All-Ireland SFC Group 1 Round 1 game played in Templeport.
LET battle commence! With the provincial silverware handed out, thoughts now turn to the TG4 All-Ireland series, with Round 1 fixtures down for decision on Saturday and Sunday.
DUBLIN manager Mick Bohan has made three changes in personnel for tomorrow's (SAT) TG4 All-Ireland SFC Group 2 Round 1 clash against Waterford.
Evidently, a two-tiered intercounty football championship is imminent, but it certainly won't be a pill for every ill.
Here are our latest football rankings as the Super 8s are about to begin.
Twelve months ago, Armagh were trying to pick up the pieces of a 28-point loss to Donegal in the TG4 Ulster Ladies Senior Football Final.
History will be made next month when the All-Ireland senior ladies football semi-finals will be staged at Croke Park for the first time.
The Ladies Gaelic Football Association and Championship sponsors TG4 have announced today (TUESDAY) that the 2019 TG4 All-Ireland Senior semi-finals will be played at Croke Park on Sunday, August 25.
The Super 8s beckon for Tyrone, Mayo, Cork and Meath…
Dublin's conquerors Laois have no less than nine representatives on our team of the week…
Laois pulled off a big shock in the hurling championship while Tyrone, Mayo, Cork and Meath all have Super 8 football to look forward to...
"I am getting a little bit of credit and I don't want it. The players are the ones that crossed the line, that drove it on."
Armagh star Jamie Clarke scored 0-9 on his debut for London club Neasden Gaels yesterday.
Today we had three All-Ireland SFC qualifiers down for decision.
The newly appointed GAA Fixtures Calendar Review Task Force has commenced work under the chair of Eddie O'Sullivan.
TG4 All-Ireland Ladies Senior Football Champions Dublin will feature on a LIVE TV double-bill on Saturday, July 13, as the 2019 All-Ireland Series gets underway.
Former Armagh captain Ciaran McKeever has been appointed manager of Down senior side Mayobridge.
A new rule banning the back pass to goalkeepers in gaelic football could be on the agenda at the Special Congress which is scheduled for October.
Armagh defender Aidan Forker says he'd be "absolutely gutted" if Kieran McGeeney wasn't in charge of the team again next season.
The supporters of Limerick and Wexford have a pep in their step today. Here is our hurling team of the week...
Check out who made our team of the week from the round 3 football qualifier games that were played on Saturday...
Kieran McGeeney joked that there are "101 reasons" why he wouldn't want to stay on as Armagh manager after last Saturday night's one-point loss to Mayo.
The venues for the Round 4 Qualifiers of the GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championship were agreed by CCCC today.
It was a day to remember for Wexford joint-captain Matt O'Hanlon and his team-mates…
"We were five up with 10 to go and we should have closed it out a bit better, but we had to dig hard in the last couple of minutes. We did that very well I thought. We're in the pot."
"That man would die for us, and we'd die for him!"
Arch rivals Galway and Mayo have been paired with each other in round 4 of the All-Ireland SF qualifiers.
A blistering start paved the way for Donegal to claim their third successive TG4 Ulster senior title in front of 2,049 spectators in Clones on Sunday.